Hydraulic Jet Pump

Hydraulic jet pump is a proven artificial lift method that has been used since the early 1930s. It offers several different systems for handling a variety of well conditions. Successful applications have included setting depths ranging from 500 to 19,000 ft and production rates varying from less than 100 to 20,000 B/D.

Some benefite of hydralic jet pump :

• First is no moving downhole parts
• Second is have a ability to produce solids and sand
• Trird is avoid gas locking
• Fiveth Production rates can be changed by adjusting injection pressure and rate
• and the last is Capability of producing high volumes of fluid and ease of serviceability because nozzle and throat can be hydraulically retrieved with no rig or wire line.

Description: This spreadsheet calculates parameters for hydraulic jet pump selection

How To Use

    1. Click a unit box to choose a unit system
    2. Update parameter values in the Input Data section
Hidraulic Jet Pump Input

Hydraulic Jet Pump Input

    1. View result in the Solution section and charts
Hidraulic Jet Pump Solution

Hydraulic Jet Pump Solution

Input Data Required Hydraulic Jet Pump Software

  • Reservoir depth (TD): 10.000 ft
  • Reservoir pressure (pr): 4000 psia
  • Productivity index (J): 2 stb/d-psi
  • Formation oil gravity (API): 40 oAPI
  • Pump depth (D): 9.700 ft
  • Produced fluid rate (q3): 758 stb/day
  • Design pump area ratio R-value: 0,262
  • Jet nozzle area (Aj): 0,16 in2
  • Pump peak efficiency (hp): 0,255
  • Dimensionless rate at peak efficiency (Mp): 0,90
  • Oil formation volume factor (Bo): 1,2 rb/stb
  • Power fluid specific gravity (g1): 0,8

Output data result in Hydraulic Jet Pump Software

  • Dimensionless head at peak efficiency (Hp) = 0,28
  • Result data from softwareFlowing bottom hole pressure (pwf) = 3.621 psia
  • Flowing bottom hole pressure (pwf) = 3.621 psia
  • Intake pressure (p3) = 3.514 psia
  • Power fluid rate (q1) = 1.011 bbl/day
  • Total return flow rate (q2) = 1.920 bbl/day
  • Input required discharge pressure based on TPR (p2,r ): 2917 psia
  • Required power fluid pressure (p1) = 3.535 psia
  • Available discharge pressure from the pump (p2) = 3.519 psia
  • Input required surface operating pressure (ps): 500 psi
  • Required input power (HP) = 8,59 hp

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